Getting your students excited to learn

From toddlers to teenagers, getting students actually excited to learn has been a dream for almost every teacher. With normal lessons and outdated software, it can be very difficult to get students logged onto a computer for more than five minutes without getting bored or distracted.

Instead of using complicated software to try and teach children essential skills like typing, new and innovative approaches have been created by typing experts. At Typesy, they have found a way to make learning to type fun for students. By combining a mix of relevant typing skills and activities to keep students engaged, Typesy can have students learning to type effectively with just a few minutes every day. Typesy is unique in its usage because students can learn with the software in small groups or during a full class learning session. Typesy puts the power in the hands of the teacher to help students thrive.

Besides the interactive learning and activities, Typesy also offers relevant typing material for students. Gone are the days of type nonsense sentences with new software allowing for relevant typing material that span across the entire core curriculum. Stop wasting time with boring and hard to use software and look to Typesy to get your students hooked on learning!

I very much appreciate the level of customization I have as an admin. Since Typesy has over 2,500 common-core standards-based lessons, students can learn to type while engaging in fun, differentiated lessons in science, social studies, ELA, and math. When I want to, though, I am also able to load in my own text for typing practice, allowing me to tie other areas of study into typing class.

This means students interact with academics through typing in ways that bridge the divide between separated subjects. Students are made to cross reference their areas of subject knowledge, creating multiple layers of learning while working on keyboarding skills. Not to mention, the kids love how fun it is!

Alex (The Reimagined Classroom Teacher)